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Indigenous Peoples’ Curriculum Resources

FNMI – Introduction to Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science Indigenous Knowledge – Preamble Indigenous Knowledge – Understandings and Considerations Indigenous Science in the Classroom Pedagogy – Ways of Teaching FNMI – Elementary...

SYMPHONY OF LIGHT AND SOUND

In this inquiry activity, students will explore some properties of light and sound. Through student created models and investigations about how light and sound travel, inventions which use light and sound, and natural sources of light, they will explore how light and...

Climate Change in the Arctic Study

In this study students will look at how the change in climate is directly affecting the people and culture of the arctic. Students will examine information from Inuit organizations in Nunavut and make connections between western science and the connections that exist...

SCIENCE ENCOUNTERS

The STAO Science Encounters Project includes a series of inquiry-based STEM activities to support teachers and students with resources to create engaging classroom experiences that cultivate 21st century skills. Activities for the project include Indigenous ways of...

Do Animals Belong in the Zoo?

This inquiry resource package on animals for ELKP is designed to assist teachers in planning an inquiry-based learning opportunity. The outline is infused with learning objects that your own class has presented in their discovery learning around the topic of animals,...
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